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This documentary produced by PBS investigates the decision by CBS executives not to air Jeffrey Wigand interview on "60 Minutes" and ABC settlement of a lawsuit with Philip Morris. It details how the set of Brown & Williamson tobacco papers was sent to Professor Stan Glantz and UCSF decision to make these documents public on the Internet.
This movie is part of the collection: UCSF Tobacco Industry Videos
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; television; nicotine; industry response; industry strategy; industry sponsored research; legal activity; lawsuit; lawyer; business activity; whistleblower; mass media; anti-smoking advocacy